Thoth, God of Invention Thoth is the Lord of invention, and has created in our world the great arts of astronomy and astrology, the counting of numbers and the sciences of mathematics, geometry, medicine, botany
Thoth, God of Invention7 years ago in Fantasy
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Anubis looked over the shoulder of the young Grecian scribe, reading the words on his scroll. This was the study area of Thoths temple. There were three walls, where the fourth should have been was a set of stairs leading down to the edge of a small offshoot from the Nile. Reed boats bobbed gently, ready to take the students to the other shore when they wished to leave. It was roofless in this part of the temple too, for observation of the stars. Right now though canvas was stretched into a roof to keep out the worse of the suns heat. Students kneeled at small writing desks, holding down their scrolls with polished stones. All the students were watching them. They had each acknowledged his presence when he had walked
How Anubis met ThothIncense hung heavy in the air at Karnak. Looking over his shoulder, Anubis could see the twilight sky between the two rows of decorated pillars. Only a sliver of blue-silver marked where Ra traveled into the underworld for the night. Anubis turned away and continued onwards, traveling between the pillars and the wall to his right. The flickering light of candles awaited him at the end of the short hallway. The closer he got, the lighter he put down his feet, trying not to make any noise. Finally, at the end of the entrance hall, he peered around the last pillar into the room beyond.How Anubis met Thoth6 years ago in Fantasy
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Illuminated by a circle of candles were fifteen sitting figures, dark and short, each with their backs to him. One of the figures shook its tail. Baboons, Anubis realized. A room full of baboons sitting quietly, each staring at the man sitting at the front of the gathering. The man was facing the baboons, sitting with his legs folded, his ibis head bowed thoughtfully.
Anubis sucked in his breath sharply, an